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Zeiss 3-9x50 MC Conquest Riflescope (Matte Black)

B&H # ZE39X50ZPM MFR # 52 14 80 9920 USA
Zeiss 3-9x50  MC Conquest Riflescope (Matte Black)

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  • 1.0" Main Tube
  • Z-Plex Reticle

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Carl Zeiss has a long and illustrious history that begins in Germany in 1846. Since their inception, they have been known to be leaders in the world of optical designs and fine mechanics. Purchasing and using a riflescope from the creators of many of the world's most revered optical and mechanical designs ensures satisfaction, confidence, and appreciation for how a truly fine optic can enhance your outdoor experience.

Let's face facts; if you're out stalking game in an open field at high-noon on a sunny day, chances are that most scopes will deliver a useable sight-picture. Sighting difficulties are most prevalent during twilight hours, inclement weather, and when the only bit of sun left in the sky is backlighting what you think could be either the world's largest pronghorn, or your neighbor's backhoe.

Your quarry's appearance when light is lean, scant, or right in your eyes is not just a cruel twist of fate. This is the saga of hunting and survival; your success depends on being one step head of the game. This is when you want a high-quality optic on your receiver.

Here you have the 3-9x50 MC Conquest Riflescope. Hunters love 3-9x40 scopes for all the versatility they offer, and this 3-9x50 brings all that with the addition of a serious bump up in twilight performance. Yes - the objective is significantly larger, and the overall weight is somewhat greater.

If you want to run with the big dogs, you've got to get off the porch.

The Conquest 3-9x50 sports a 1.0" main tube that is precision-machined from a single piece of aluminum, filled with nitrogen for fog and waterproof performance, and fitted with 1/4 MOA precision adjustments. Parallax correction is factory-set at 100 yd, and the reticle is situated in the second focal-plane for an unobstructed sight-picture at all magnification settings.

This scope's optical performance is quite remarkable. Carl Zeiss multicoated optics ensure a clear and well-detailed image, regardless of the ambient conditions. Sighting through this scope provides and extremely dimensional view that's rich with contrast, detail, and revealing nuances.

The Conquest 3-9x50 is a fine optic that will grace the top of your receiver with class, style, and envy-inducing performance.

So - do you want to run, or do you want to get back on the porch?

To use a riflescope with your firearm, you'll need a mounting base and mounting rings in addition to the scope itself. Bases attach to your firearm and the rings attach your scope to the base. Proper spacing of the rings, as well as the ring height should be considered to ensure a proper line of sight can be established. This will maximize the value of your investment, and enhance your shooting experience. It should be noted that in many mounting applications, a professional gunsmith's skills will be needed for proper installation.

Parallax correction factory-set at 100 yd
1/4 MOA precision adjustments with 75 MOA of W&E correction
3-9x50 Configuration offers versatility with excellent twilight performance
Rugged, one-piece, 1.0" main tube is nitrogen purged for water and fog proof performance
Multicoated Lenses
Carl Zeiss MC multicoating on all glass-to-air surfaces for maximum transmission, color fidelity and brilliance.
Legendary Zeiss Optics
Carl Zeiss precision ground optics deliver detailed images with high contrast
Z-Plex Reticle in the Second Focal Plane
The Z-Plex reticle features 4 medium weight posts with fine cross hairs. This familiar configuration provides a comfortable sight picture that gets you on target quickly and accurately.
Second focal plane positioning: The reticle does not magnify when the scope's power is dialed up.
Magnification 3-9x
Objective Lens Diameter 50mm
Angle of View 7.1-2.5°
Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds) 3x: 375' (124 m at 1000 m)
9x: 129' (43 m at 1000 m)
Dioptric Correction Range -3/+2
Exit Pupil Diameter 3x: 11.4mm
9x: 5.6mm
Eye Relief 3x: 3.5" (89mm)
9x: 3.5" (89mm)
Filter Size Not Specified by Manufacturer
Impact Point Correction per Click 1/4 MOA
Maximum Elevation/Windage Adjustment Windage: 75 MOA
Elevation: 75 MOA
Relative Brightness 3x: 130.0
9x: 31.2
Twilight Factor 3x: 12.3
9x: 21.2
Weatherproofing Water & fog proof
Dimensions Length 12.4" (315mm)
Weight 16.6 oz (471 g)
Zeiss 3-9x50 MC Conquest Riflescope (Matte Black)
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    5.0

    Great Product

    By Adam B.

    from Gainesville FL

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    Pros

    • Clear
    • Rugged

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      Best Uses

      • Hunting

      Comments about Zeiss 3-9x50 MC Conquest Riflescope (Matte Black):

      The clarity is very good, very high quality scope. There are more expensive scopes out there but I can't see the difference.

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